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1 Draft ISIC Rev.4 structure Part I Jürgen Schwärzler, UN Statistics Division, Classifications Section

2 Overview Sector 2: Mining and quarryingSector 2: Mining and quarrying Sector 3: ManufacturingSector 3: Manufacturing Sector 4: Repair and Maintenance NEW!Sector 4: Repair and Maintenance NEW! Sector 5: UtilitiesSector 5: Utilities Sector 16: Water supply; sewage; waste management (~Sanitation)Sector 16: Water supply; sewage; waste management (~Sanitation)

3 High-level structure High-level categories, ISIC 4 1Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing 2Mining and quarrying 3Manufacturing 4Repair and maintenance 5Utilities 6Construction 7Trade 8Accommodation and food services 9Transport and storage 10Information and communication 11Financial and insurance services 12Real estate, rental and leasing activities 13Professional, scientific and technical services 14Administration and support services 15Public administration, defence; social security 16Water supply; sewage, waste mgmt and remediation 17Education 18Health and social services 19Arts, entertainment and recreation 20Other services 21Households 22Extraterritorial organizations High-level categories, ISIC 3.1 AAgriculture, hunting, forestry BFishing CMining and quarrying DManufacturing EElectricity, Gas and Water Supply FConstruction GWholesale and Retail Trade, … HHotel and Restaurants ITransport and storage and communication JFinancial intermediation KReal estate, rental and business activities LPublic administration and defence; compulsory social security MEducation NHealth and Social Work OOther services PHouseholds QExtraterritorial organizations

4 Setup of ISIC-structure document Content: General Description of the DivisionContent: General Description of the Division Analysis of the impact on:Analysis of the impact on: Relevance: Why introduce changes?Relevance: Why introduce changes? Continuity: Comparison to ISIC 3.1 (time-series continuity)Continuity: Comparison to ISIC 3.1 (time-series continuity) Comparability: Comparison to other classifications (especially NAICS)Comparability: Comparison to other classifications (especially NAICS) Boundary questions: undecided or questionable issues, that have to be resolved during the revision processBoundary questions: undecided or questionable issues, that have to be resolved during the revision process

5 2 - Mining Mining and quarrying (ISIC 4) 2.1Mining of coal and lignite; extraction of peat 2.2Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas 2.3Mining of metal ores 2.4Other mining and quarrying 2.5Mining support services Mining and quarrying (ISIC 3.1) 10Mining of coal and lignite; extraction of peat 11Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas + incidental services 12Mining of uranium and thorium ores 13Mining of metal ores 14Other mining and quarrying Aggregation of ALL specialized mining support services into 2.5 Problems: - - overburden removal (construction) - - test drilling (construction) - - exploration services (professional services)

6 Incidental services Separate identification allows:Separate identification allows: Separation of services from miningSeparation of services from mining Outsourcing is observeableOutsourcing is observeable Classification with main activity allows:Classification with main activity allows: Easier treatment of vertically integrated companiesEasier treatment of vertically integrated companies “better” grouping by mining product“better” grouping by mining product Identification of horizontally integrated mining service providers is problematic in either wayIdentification of horizontally integrated mining service providers is problematic in either way

7 2 – Mining, other issues The US would prefer peat being put under “2.4 Other mining” rather than 2.1 (Mining of coal and lignite)The US would prefer peat being put under “2.4 Other mining” rather than 2.1 (Mining of coal and lignite) Liquefaction and re-gasification of natural gas for transport purposes (transport vs. mining support service)Liquefaction and re-gasification of natural gas for transport purposes (transport vs. mining support service) Table salt (mining in ISIC; food manufacturing in NAICS; chemical manufacturing in NACE)Table salt (mining in ISIC; food manufacturing in NAICS; chemical manufacturing in NACE)

8 3-Manufacturing 3Manufacturing, ISIC 4 3.1… food products, beverages and tobacco products 3.2… textiles, wearing apparel, fur, leather and related products 3.3… wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; manufacture of articles of straw and plaiting materials 3.4… paper and paper products (***) 3.5Printing and reproduction of recorded media (***) 3.6… coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel 3.7… chemicals and chemical products 3.8… rubber and plastics products 3.9… other non-metallic mineral products 3.10… basic metals 3.11… fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment 3.12… machinery and equipment n.e.c. 3.13… computers, communications equipment, electronic components 3.14… electrical equipment 3.15… transport equipment 3.16… furniture; manufacturing n.e.c. Manufacturing, ISIC … food products and beverages tobacco products textiles wearing apparel; dressing and dyeing of fur 19Tanning and dressing of leather;... luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness and footwear wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture;... articles of straw and plaiting materials paper and paper products 22Publishing, printing and reproduction of recorded media coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel chemicals and chemical products rubber and plastics products other non-metallic mineral products basic metals fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment machinery and equipment n.e.c office, accounting and computing machinery electrical machinery and apparatus n.e.c radio, television and communication equipment and apparatus medical, precision and optical instruments, watches and clocks motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers other transport equipment furniture; manufacturing n.e.c. 37Recycling

9 Manufacturing Combine Divisions:Combine Divisions: Food, beverages + tobaccoFood, beverages + tobacco Textiles + wearing apparel + leatherTextiles + wearing apparel + leather Motor vehicles + other transportation equipmentMotor vehicles + other transportation equipment Remove:Remove: Recycling  Section 16 “Environment”Recycling  Section 16 “Environment” Publishing  Section 10 “Information”Publishing  Section 10 “Information” REPAIR/MAINTENANCEREPAIR/MAINTENANCE Re-structuring of office machinery, electric/electronic products (ISIC 3.1: )  ISIC 4: 3.13, 3.14, 3.16)Re-structuring of office machinery, electric/electronic products (ISIC 3.1: )  ISIC 4: 3.13, 3.14, 3.16)

10 High-Tech, Computers, communications equipment, electronic components3.13 Computers, communications equipment, electronic components + consumer electronics, electronic office machinery (photocopiers, cash registers)+ consumer electronics, electronic office machinery (photocopiers, cash registers) + electronic testing, control, electro-medical, electro-optical equipment+ electronic testing, control, electro-medical, electro-optical equipment Former divisions 30(*)+33(*) Former divisions 30(*)+33(*) Move closer to NAICSMove closer to NAICS

11 High-Tech, 3.13, questions Mass production of (blank) CD’s, etc.Mass production of (blank) CD’s, etc. Items with different technical complexity: parking meters, watches, clocks, laboratory equipmentItems with different technical complexity: parking meters, watches, clocks, laboratory equipment Advanced electronic appliances; appliances with dual functionsAdvanced electronic appliances; appliances with dual functions

12 Low-Tech, 3.14 Manufacture of electrical equipmentManufacture of electrical equipment Manufacture of Household appliances from 293 to Division 3.14 (Electrical Equipment)Manufacture of Household appliances from 293 to Division 3.14 (Electrical Equipment) + Former Division 31 (electric motors, generators, transformers, electricity distribution, control apparatus, wire, accumulators, primary cells)+ Former Division 31 (electric motors, generators, transformers, electricity distribution, control apparatus, wire, accumulators, primary cells) + Division 30(*), 33(*), Division 30(*), 33(*), 3210

13 Other (general) questions OutsourcingOutsourcing Composite productsComposite products Material substitutionMaterial substitution

14 Other problems Fish/seafood processingFish/seafood processing Table saltTable salt Rubber apparel, diving suitsRubber apparel, diving suits Paper with foils (alu, plastic, rubber), self- adhesive paperPaper with foils (alu, plastic, rubber), self- adhesive paper Integrated printing and publishingIntegrated printing and publishing Mass reproduction of software, etc.Mass reproduction of software, etc. Radio-active waste treatment (waste management vs. chemical manufacturing)Radio-active waste treatment (waste management vs. chemical manufacturing)

15 Other problems Ink-jet cartridgesInk-jet cartridges MatchesMatches Plastic/rubber boatsPlastic/rubber boats Special purpose machinery (e.g. off-road dump trucks, agricultural machinery) – transportationSpecial purpose machinery (e.g. off-road dump trucks, agricultural machinery) – transportation Vehicle parts, engine parts (transport equipment, by primary material, special purpose machinery, electrical equipment)Vehicle parts, engine parts (transport equipment, by primary material, special purpose machinery, electrical equipment)

16 Repair and Maintenance 4.1 … of transport equipment4.1 … of transport equipment 4.2 … of personal and household goods4.2 … of personal and household goods 4.3 … of machinery and equipment4.3 … of machinery and equipment

17 Repair and Maintenance Differentiation:Differentiation: i)Manufacturingi)Manufacturing ii)Re-manufacturing, rebuildingii)Re-manufacturing, rebuilding iii)Repairiii)Repair iv) Maintenanceiv) Maintenance Under ISIC 3.1:Under ISIC 3.1: Spread over ManufacturingSpread over Manufacturing + household appliances repair (526), + office machinery repair (725), +repair of motor vehicles (502)+ household appliances repair (526), + office machinery repair (725), +repair of motor vehicles (502)

18 Boundary Building structures, integral equipment of buildings (e.g. central heating system, escalators, elevators, air-condition) remain in construction!Building structures, integral equipment of buildings (e.g. central heating system, escalators, elevators, air-condition) remain in construction!

19 Boundary problems General: boundary between household good and transportation equipment ( ) or household good and machinery and equipment ( )General: boundary between household good and transportation equipment ( ) or household good and machinery and equipment ( ) What should repair of transport equipment include?What should repair of transport equipment include? Motor vehicles, motorcyclesMotor vehicles, motorcycles Railway/tramway locomotives and rolling stockRailway/tramway locomotives and rolling stock Ships, ferriesShips, ferries Aircraft, spacecraftAircraft, spacecraft Cable cars, chair liftsCable cars, chair lifts Bicycles, wheelchairsBicycles, wheelchairs Motorboats, sailboats, canoes, rubber-boats, surfboardsMotorboats, sailboats, canoes, rubber-boats, surfboards

20 Sanitation, breakdown ISIC 4: 16 - Water supply; sewage; waste management 16.1 Water collection and supply; sewage16.1 Water collection and supply; sewage 16.2 Waste treatment and disposal16.2 Waste treatment and disposal 16.3 Remediation activities16.3 Remediation activities ISIC 3.1: 37 – Recycling37 – Recycling 41 – Collection, Purification and Distribution of Water41 – Collection, Purification and Distribution of Water 90 – Sewage and refuse disposal, sanitation and similar activities90 – Sewage and refuse disposal, sanitation and similar activities

21 Sanitation Boundary problems: : irrigation systems (in agriculture) : wholesale of recyclable material combined with “manufacturing” (NAICS) : Remediation involving construction (asbestos removal)

22 Utilities, breakdown ISIC 4: 5.1 Electric power generation, transmission, distribution5.1 Electric power generation, transmission, distribution 5.2 Natural gas and other gas distribution5.2 Natural gas and other gas distribution 5.3 Steam and air conditioning supply5.3 Steam and air conditioning supply ISIC 3.1: E – Electricity, Gas and Water SupplyE – Electricity, Gas and Water Supply 40 - Electricity, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Supply40 - Electricity, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Supply 401 – Production, collection and distribution of Electricity401 – Production, collection and distribution of Electricity 402 – Manufacture of Gas; distribution of gaseous fuels through mains402 – Manufacture of Gas; distribution of gaseous fuels through mains 403 – Steam and Hot Water supply403 – Steam and Hot Water supply 41 – Collection, Purification and Distribution of Water41 – Collection, Purification and Distribution of Water  Section 16

23 Utilities Boundary issues: High voltage electricity transmission (transport)High voltage electricity transmission (transport) Brokerage of electricity/gasBrokerage of electricity/gas

24 Questions SUMMARY

25 Questions - Mining How to handle incidental services to mining?How to handle incidental services to mining? Merging of uranium/thorium and metal mining?Merging of uranium/thorium and metal mining?

26 Questions - Manufacturing Manufacturing (14, 15):Manufacturing (14, 15): Do you see a positive aspect in the aggregations in manufacturing (food, textiles, transportation equipment)?Do you see a positive aspect in the aggregations in manufacturing (food, textiles, transportation equipment)? Is the breakdown of computers, etc. and electrical equipment more useful than the old approach?Is the breakdown of computers, etc. and electrical equipment more useful than the old approach?

27 Questions - Repair Repair & Maintenance (16):Repair & Maintenance (16): Is separation from Manufacturing desirable?Is separation from Manufacturing desirable? Alternative: identify Repair & Maintenance under ManufacturingAlternative: identify Repair & Maintenance under Manufacturing Can you support one or the other approach?Can you support one or the other approach?

28 Questions – Utilities Utilities:Utilities: Do you agree on moving water to the Section 16, rather than keeping it under as Division 41 under E?Do you agree on moving water to the Section 16, rather than keeping it under as Division 41 under E? How would you like to see the electricity and gas infrastructure?How would you like to see the electricity and gas infrastructure? In the current form (~vertical integration?)In the current form (~vertical integration?) Or: clearly separated by activity (production, transmission, distribution)?Or: clearly separated by activity (production, transmission, distribution)?

29 Questions – Sanitation Sanitation (27):Sanitation (27): Should Section 16 move closer to other Manufacturing as treatment of water, waste, etc. resembles goods manufacturing?Should Section 16 move closer to other Manufacturing as treatment of water, waste, etc. resembles goods manufacturing?

30 End Thank you for your attention!


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